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The Academy’s public service advertisements (PSAs) highlight the importance of skin cancer prevention and detection.

“Time” warns teen girls and young women to stop tanning or the effects of harmful rays will eventually show up on their skin, like wrinkles, age spots and an increased risk of skin cancer.

 “Lawn” uses humorous scenarios to point out to men that if they will do anything to take care of a spot on their lawn, they should do the same for a spot on their skin.

In “Tanning Doesn’t Make You,” four young women explain to their peers that tanning doesn’t make them who they are; it only makes them more at risk for things like wrinkles, age spots and skin cancer.

"Lawn" is a 60-second PSA that uses humorous lawn care scenarios to encourage men to check their skin for skin cancer.

“Time” is a 60-second PSA that asks young women to stop tanning because melanoma is the second most common cancer in young adults 15 to 29 years old.

"Lawn" is a 30-second PSA that uses humorous lawn care scenarios to encourage men to check their skin for skin cancer.


“Time” is a 30-second PSA that asks young women to stop tanning because melanoma is the second most common cancer in young adults 15 to 29 years old.


"Lawn" is a 15-second PSA that uses humorous lawn care scenarios to encourage men to check their skin for skin cancer.

 
“Time” is a 15-second PSA that asks young women to stop tanning because melanoma is the second most common cancer in young adults 15 to 29 years old.